The Brits were in the Eastern Mediterranean. He certainly doesn't appear to be pissed off. Enter username or email address: To the south was another matter. Patton and commanded by Capt. Share This Page Tweet.
George S. Patton crossed the Rhine in March at Oppenheim, south of Frankfurt. “Time out for a short halt to take a piss in the Rhine” was how Patton . When Pvt. Class Sidney Gutelewitz returned from World War II in December, he carried with him a small metal container. In it was a roll of developed 35 mm film. Drove to the river and went across on the pontoon bridge, stopping in the middle to take a piss in the Rhine, and then pick up some dirt on the.
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A strike here would force Rommel into a two-front defense and checkmate. It marked the first major defeat of arms for the Third Reich, and it marked the end of Nazi success in the West. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. A once dreadful beacon was failing, and it had been for a long time. Colonel Waters had been captured in Tunisia two years before while we were fighting the Germans there.
General George S. Patton relieved himself in the Rhine on March 24, I stopped in the middle to take a piss and then picked up some dirt on. This photograph depicts Gen. George Patton, one of history's greatest conquerors, as he purposefully urinates into the Rhine River. Photograph of General George Patton peeing urinating in Rhine River WWII - reproduction (not original). The story goes that Gen. Patton had fought the.